To calculate the hexagon bar, enter the hexagon bar width and length in mm which is shown in the image. Select the material type and click on the **Calculate** button.

### Weight calculation formula for Hexagon Bar

To calculate the weight of a hexagon bar in both kilograms (kg) and pounds (lb), you can use the following formula:

- Weight (kg) = 0.00272 * Side Length (mm) * Side Length (mm) * Length (mm) * Density (g/cm³)
- Weight (lb) = 0.00000624 * Side Length (mm) * Side Length (mm) * Length (mm) * Density (lb/in³)

**Note:** Here, the density is in grams per cubic centimetre (g/cm³) for the United States customary system and in pounds per cubic inch (lb/in³) for the British imperial system. The constant values (0.00272 for kg and 0.00000624 for lb) are used to convert the density and dimensions into desired units.

### Density of Metal

Here are the density values for 15 common different metals in both systems:

SNo | Name of Metal | Density ((g/cm³) | Density (lb/in³) |
---|---|---|---|

1 | Aluminium | 2.70 | 0.0975 |

2 | Brass | 8.73 | 0.315 |

3 | Bronze | 8.87 | 0.320 |

4 | Copper | 8.96 | 0.323 |

5 | Gold | 19.32 | 0.698 |

6 | Iron | 7.87 | 0.284 |

7 | Lead | 11.34 | 0.410 |

8 | Magnesium | 1.74 | 0.063 |

9 | Nickel | 8.91 | 0.322 |

10 | Platinum | 21.45 | 0.775 |

11 | Silver | 10.49 | 0.379 |

12 | Stainless Steel | 7.85 | 0.284 |

13 | Tin | 7.29 | 0.263 |

14 | Titanium | 4.51 | 0.163 |

15 | Zinc | 7.13 | 0.258 |

You can use the density value for the specific metal you are working on within the formula to calculate the weight of the hexagon bar in kilograms or pounds.